The wonderful world of trees, animals and creatures protects itself from deadly winter

New York, January 1, 2021, Friday

Public life is being crushed in the cold of winter, man is taking many measures to protect himself from the cold but nature has made fantastic arrangements for wild animals, plants and creatures. Trees slow down when the cold weather starts. Water freezes in areas where the temperature drops below zero degrees. In such cases, the deciduous tree saves energy by tilting its cover like a beetle. When it gets too cold, the widely pruned trees slowly begin to fall. Nature has arranged such that if the leaves are more then natural evaporation also increases which consumes more energy. It is also difficult to deliver nutrients from the roots to the leaves. To prevent such a situation, the tree sheds its leaves which are called fall or fall.

The amount of hair in sheep and goats increases during the winter season, to protect them from the cold. Veterinarians do not usually remove wool from the body of a sheep when it is very cold because of the wool that protects the body. When a street dog gets too cold, it is late to prevent the body from freezing. Young children sleep in a way that warms each other’s bodies. In mountainous regions of North America, pika creatures look like mice. The dried leaves of the plant accumulate in its cavity before the onset of cold. It remains in the cold after eating dried leaves and vegetable residues.

The polar fox is called the Arctic focus. When the temperature decreases slightly during the summer season, hair falls from its body. When the cold begins, the snow-white hair is long, covering the body. This fur keeps his body warm and can also hide in snow. Mammals, including marmas and white bears, increase sleep in the cold. These creatures find themselves in a cave or pole of a huge tree. During cold sleep, their heart beats faster and their breath becomes slower, which saves the body energy.

Micro-organisms, especially insects and insects, have a short lifespan. Pests do not have a strong immune system, nor do they have fat. Their bodies are made of water, so some insects release anti-freeze chemicals to protect their bodies from the cold. This chemical prevents ice crystals from forming in the body. Some beetles can withstand temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees. However, harmful pests cause less damage to crops during extreme cold.

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